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    At what age do we start to lose our looks ?

    Mostly I am curious about what age do you think women start to lose their looks because I will be chasing women, but also what age men start to lose theirs too.

    Try not to take this thread personally and look at it from an objective standpoint.

    I guess I want to know how long have I got left to bag a good looker for a girlfriend ?

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    24.5 Captain, you better start rushing because the clock is ticking. LOL

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    It depends on how well you look after yourself. If you bake yourself in the sun to the point of looking like a leather handbag and never exercise or eat well, then you will probably look like crap by the time you're 30 (or earlier). However, if you treat your body well, then you will age well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Portage [Register to see the link]
    24.5 Captain, you better start rushing because the clock is ticking. LOL
    I don't care how I look. I care about how the women look lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainPlanet [Register to see the link]
    I don't care how I look. I care about how the women look lol.
    LOL, well maybe you should care about the two. Hmmmm, and there is so much more underneath the skin. You want to end up with someone who respects themselves, and if so, they will physically be pleasing to you if they look after themselves and the chemistry exists.

    It isn't age, it is the person.

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    Some people keep their good looks well into their senior years, others don't. Not only is it about how we take care of ourselves, but also genetics. I have seen women my age who look very youthful and women my age who look weathered and old. It is not the looks which determine whether or not you will have a lasting relationship..it is the meshing of the characters of the two people.

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    I never had them. =( lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainPlanet [Register to see the link]
    Mostly I am curious about what age do you think women start to lose their looks because I will be chasing women, but also what age men start to lose theirs too.

    Try not to take this thread personally and look at it from an objective standpoint.

    I guess I want to know how long have I got left to bag a good looker for a girlfriend ?
    I think it depends partly on your genes and also how well you take care of yourself.

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    I don’t think there is a general rule....people age differently as some of the other posters suggested...too many factors to take into consideration to give a specific age...

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    Well, it depends on how well you take care of youself.

    But there is MUCH more to a person than what they look like on the outside.

    I would rather have a man be average looking and treat me like a queen than gorgeous and treat me like crap.

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